Lately we have been seeing rise in sale of supercars in India. There are many young actors and entrepreneurs who opt for expensive sports car. Although, these people buy a car made by foreign manufacturer, the way they treat or welcome them is truly Indian. We often do prayers and carry out rituals before driving away in a brand new car. No matter how expensive the vehicle may be Indians do that. Here we have a video that shows a brand new Lamborghini Huracan getting the rituals done in Bengaluru, Karnataka on the roadside.
The video has been uploaded by SPOTTER INDIA on their YouTube channel. In this video, we see a priest doing rituals on a brand new Lamborghini Huracan. As part of the prayer and the ritual, they even put a garland on the bonnet of the car. The car is parked on the road side and we can see the owner taking the sports car out for a spin before getting the rituals done. He drives the car out of the dealership, takes the car for a spin and then brings it back. He then parks the car on the roadside, so that the priest can do the rituals.
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After the rituals were completed, the owner officially drives the car away. The garland was later removed from the bonnet and the same can be seen in the vide too. In India, rituals like this are called Vaahan Pooja and are performed for the longevity of the vehicle. No matter how expensive or cheap your vehicle is, almost every person who buys a vehicle does this. We have even seen Bollywood celebrities like Karan Johar and Kartik Aaryan perform similar poojas for their vehicles.
Lamborghini Huracan was actually introduced in the market as a replacement to the iconic Gallardo. It was launched back in 2013 and in 2020, Lamborghini updated the model and launched Huracan EVO in India. Huracan is a popular sports car and has found many customers. It was also one of the best selling Lamborghini in India before the arrival of Urus SUV.
The Lamborghini Huracan seen here in the video looks like the AWD variant. It costs around Rs 4.40 crore, ex-showroom in Bengaluru. The power from the engine is sent to all four wheels and that is one of the reason why it is more expensive than the regular RWD version. One thing that makes Lamborghini Huracan suitable for Indian roads is its ability to increase the ground clearance when required. The ground clearance can be increased by up to 45 mm using a button in the cabin. This is more than enough for the car to go over the speed humbs in the city roads.
Lamborghini Huracan is powered by a 5.2 litre naturally aspirated V10 petrol engine. It generates a maximum 640 Ps and 600 Nm of peak torque. The sports car comes with different driving modes and it can do 0-100 kmph sprint in just 2.9 seconds. The engine is mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission and top-speed is electronically limited to 325 Kmph.
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